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More documents to be released in Christie scandal

Trenton, N.J. (AP) -- Thousands more internal documents are scheduled to be released today in a New Jersey traffic scandal that led to Thursday's departure of four people in Gov. Chris Christies administration.

Emails and text messages revealed Christies Deputy Chief of Staff Bridget Anne Kelly ordered lane closures on a busy road in Fort Lee, whose mayor had refused to endorse Christie for re-election. Kelly has been fired.

Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich said Christie traveled there to apologize in person Thursday, calling it a big step toward regaining the trust of the town's residents. 

Christie has insisted he had no prior knowledge of what he called his staffs stupid behavior.

 
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